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The following tutorial will briefly touch over Custom Tags and show you what they are, how you use them, and how they benfit you by using them.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to use query string values instead of form values.

In order to use session variables, first you have to instruct the Cold Fusion server that you wish to use them. Here's a tutorial on how to do just that!

This tutorial will demonstrate how to alternate row colors when outputing your data.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to clear your applications sessions variables with just three lines of code!

A technique for displaying, validating and processing forms.


Quick and easy way to sort and list your contacts by last names, in two really really simple steps. Almost everybody who uses a data-driven website has a database containing some information about the users. I had a database table called "contact" in which user's first name, last name, address, zip, email, phone, fax.... everything was listed. If you do have something like that and wish to draw and group your contacts by say last names, maybe you will find this tutorial useful.

Want to know how to parse XML with ColdFusion with ease and very basic concepts? Then this is the tutorial for you.

This will show you how to query a query. It also demonstrates how to use the datediff function and how to find an average.

Have you ever wanted to let your annonymous (non logged in / members) users know what items they have not yet read in your blog or discussion board / forum? This tutorial shows you a real easy and quick way to do just that... take a look now!


A Complete Banning Tutorial where you can add as many ipaddresses as you can and any request coming from that relevan Ipaddress will block the user from accessig the website contents. Very Basic and very easy to follow Up. Mail Me anytime if you encounter certain issues while making the script to work.

You can add upto unlimited ipaddresses where you can block any unauthorized access to the website.


A Complete Way how we can add a fetch a Podcast and display on the website. Very easy with just Simple XML Tags. the Tutorial has been Influenced by various Peoples works and Finally i came Up with this. Check and You will have the Podcast view for your own website.


A Custom Tag in which you will be able to find out what exactly the user is using and then you can change the CSS File according to that specific browser. I Rec-worked this Custom Tag a bit to make it work more better and include some extra browser. Still the Credit goes to Original Browser whose Name i do not Know Really. You will find the code very Handy as it will help in making your website browser-specific and great look to end Users.

Refreshing Captcha in Coldfusion Just Like PHP. It can be done using Coldfusion 8 and small Javascript Function. Actually There are two ways how we can generate the Captcha and Make a bit difficult to read and another is a simple technique to generate the Captcha.


In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how easy it is to create a username check utility directly inside your web-based form, using JQuery & ColdFusion.


With AJAX applications giving us a lot more power than an "old school" web 1.0 page, it isn't unusual for someone to just sit on one page and fire off various operations that use HTTP to fetch and present data. This works fine until you leave the site alone for too long and your session times out. (I'm assuming most folks use a time based session, much like how ColdFusion works.) The question is - what happens in your current AJAX based application when a user's session times out?

There is a solution...


we will split this tutorial in few Parts like this!

1. Create a Upload Form
2. Upload a File
    2.1 Check to See if Uploading Image is not too Big in size, we will try here to make a check through javascript & server side.
    2.2 Check to See if the Image size is not extensibly large.
3. Change the Extension of the JPEG for rendering easily in the webpage and with less Processing time.
4. Resize the Image If required (Optional)
5. Let's Also Include the Watermark Option to watermark the JPEG Image (Optional)
6. Redirect to the User to the End Page to View the Uploaded Image


This tutorial will walk you through how to get your visitors location (latitude/longitude) using the browsers built in mechanisms. It's quick, portable and works on most mobile devices!

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